We have examples where blatantly incorrect statements are made even though scientifically measured data points in the opposite direction. When a person, knowledgeable in their field, today states a fact based upon measurement, if his fact differs from the popular narrative, the individual is vilified. Far to many are afraid to speak up on matters where the truth is evident, because the facts don't match the popular narrative.
Failure to heed warnings has led mankind to experience a near continuous litany of needless suffering and sorrow over the millennia. Have you ever ignored a warning, one that if heeded would have saved you much grief?
Volumes in bookstores and libraries and online sources claim to reveal just Who Jesus was, where He came from, and His relationship to the God of the Old Testament. Yet they contain little that is really definitive, and are generally contradictory to each other, especially to the Bible they claim to believe
How can a deceptive narrative about an incident come to be deeply believed, even by those who may have witnessed it or participated in the event? Can people really be made to accept a false representation of what happened? Is it possible to convince individuals of something that they know is likely untrue? What can the true story of a remarkable, yet not well known military operation from the second World War teach us about deception?
Is there a grand conspiracy to rule the world and covertly place earth’s inhabitants in a state of servitude to a wealthy, power-crazed group of elites? Any who delve into such ideas soon discover tales of the “Illuminati.” The very name sends tremors through those who believe in the existence of this secret society, which is apparently exercising control through powerful members in its bid for global hegemony. How could such ideas be passionately believed by so many? Does such a group really exist? Should you be concerned?